Our aim is to explore and understand chemistry at extreme conditions of pressure, temperature, and chemical reactivity.
The ECCL was established and is being built by the members of the Department of Inorganic Chemistry and Technology – K1 (dr. Matic Lozinšek, dr. Blaž Alič) and the Electronic Ceramics Department – K5 (dr. Mirela Dragomir, dr. Kristian Radan), who won the Director’s Fund project in 2019.
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We are grateful for funding from the European Research Council - ERC, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship, Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenian Research Agency - ARRS, the Royal Society of Chemistry (Researcher Mobility Grant), and from a Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowship.
Valentina Milašinović has joined our laboratory as a new research associate.
Kristian and Matic L. visited the Rigaku Europe HQ in Neu Isenburg and Dr. Hans-Georg Stammler at Universität Bielefeld, Germany.
Kristian received a research equipment co-funding grant from the Slovenian Research Agency.
Klemen and Matic L. visited the Palatinus Group, at the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague.
Olha Sanko has joined our laboratory as a new Ph.D. student.
Erik and Nikola Jakupec from IRB in Zagreb were awarded a joint research grant by the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
Kristian, Mirela, and Matic attended Festival della Scienza in Genoa, Italy, showing attractive chemistry experiments Ricette e reazioni: La chimica in cucina.
Miha is on a 1-month research visit in the research group of Prof. Balazs Pinter, at the University of Texas at El Paso.
Matic L. attended the Rigaku European Single-Crystal Users’ Meeting, in Neu Isenburg, Germany.